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denver 711 starts with new development on these two teenagers. police say they into its attack their highland ranch school. >>the case has been on hold, until today. >>i just stepped where ook higgins is speaking with a judge, along with attorneys on both sides, defense attorneys andd prosecutions. after months of delays going all the way up to the colorado supreme court, the case is moving forward. they have set dates for a preliminary hearing where evidence will be presented on both sides as well as witnesses called to see if there is enough there to eventually move this case to trial. then another reverse transfer hearing as it known, whether or not the case should stay in
today the other girl in this case, the other teenager, siena johnson, it was ruled by a judge that thhy need at least two more months for another evaluation before her dates can be set. she goes through the same process, preliminary hearing and reverse transfer hearing, that adult versus juvenile court decision. in mind, they are both charged right now as adults with conspiracy to commit murder vista high school. we officially have dates for one of the two girls. brooke higgins will be back in court to start the preliminary hearing on november 16. >> also in court, closing arguments and jury deliberations expected to start in the trial of a student charged with stabbing another student to death. 23-year-old in chewing on got into an argument with sean
december. our partners at the boulder daily camera set testimony concluded yesterday. and police are trying to find a driver who ran away after going over an embankment. police haven't said what caused the crash just yet. police say heetruck's owner has some more so they are looking into that. >>power is back on for more than 27,000 people in aurora after a raccoon knocked out power this morning. you can see how dark got into a large piece of equipment there. dick weather news today, ski and snowboard season has officially begun here in colorado. we caught up with people who just could not wait to take their first run. >>this was closing day and it has been a longtime coming. we was great, can't wait.
the october has -- season has started. >>so it is the first resort to open which hopes to open next week so not far behind. it's kind of a classic colorado scenario here, but you can play golf in denver because it so sunny. >> in the mountains, we won't get much help from other nature. really dry and you can see some out over interstate interstate 25. we had some clouds coming from the northwest but already seeing blue skies and, what a warm-up. winds are coming out of the west and that is pushing our temperatures well above normal. 72 right now in town, relative humidity a percent. fire danger is going to go up and it will be higher as we head into the weekend.
boulder is 60, and 50s through low to mid-70s for the high, so we will see plenty of sunshine this afternoon. then we will see a high of 75 in denver today. we will take a look at the weekend. ww will see a minor day -- change on the seven day. >>someone was seriously hurt denver police are now investigating how this happened. they are releasing very few details on the crash. >>a motorcycle rider seriously hurt after he hit and run crash. this happened at pilot and valencia. he was said to be driving a cold 2005 nissan altima with the license plate 705 sfe.
information, call police. >>police say keith amick has a history of shooting teenagers. he's facing murder charges after police say he shot two teenagers who snuck into his backyard. he also shot a 20-year-old. police say he was growing pot in his backyard. >>a dinner for catholic charities ook a nasty turn. it was fit presidential candidate she of the stage since wednesday's debate. they of course took the opportunity to take jabs at eacc other but not everyone was laughhng. >>they are back again, on the same stage. donald trump and hillary clinton speaking at a new york charity dinner. >> hillary accidentally bumped
>> donald looked at the statue of liberty and sees a four. maybe a five if she loses the torch and a tablet, and changes her hair. >> it's a chance for the candidates to poke fun at themselves and in this nasty campaign, no surprised that they lobbed zingers at each other. >> it's amazing i'm up here after donald. i didn't think you would be okay with a peaceful transition of power. % >> trump got some laughs but then the crowd turned on him. >>usually is tonight in public, pretending not to hate catholics. >> there was one sort of friendly moment, unlike their past two debates, trump and put dibs shake hands. and here's the latest abc news race rating with the blue states that are leaning
enough electrical -- electoral votes to win the white house. his campaign's best hope might be to wrap up the republican base. >>what he is trying to do is push the base as heavy as he can and hope that in a low turnout election, and has the possibility of winning. >>they are trip pushing in traditionally republican states trying to flip them from red to >> the latest wikileaks email released shows a batch of emails from president. before he was elected. one of the emails discusses potential cabinet choices and the enough have not been confirmed but the clinton campaign has not challenged any emails in othhr wikileaks releases. >> also do home a new audit is revealing how much the city of denver may need to do a better
is spent. ?ost people voted to legalize marijuana because i thought the tax money would be used to help schools. but an audit finds there's lack of transparency about where the money is going. out of the $80 million, nearly 60,000,000 went into the city's general fund. >> it's not possible to track how those funds are used beyond the city obligations once they are in the general fund. >>the audit does not indicate the city spent any money that they will starting putting specific information, tracking marijuana money in next year's budget. >>colorado is that to get the any from volkswagens diesel emission scandal, we are talking $61 million. the department of health is disturbing the funds which will go towards reducing transportation emissions. one thing the state is considering is installing electric charging stations along the highways. >> whenever they do surveys on what stops people, their number
rain check anxiety. on the settlement next week. >>right now authorities are looking for who did this. someone please boards with nails poking up along a bike trail in eagle county. >> the cold crush club is back open after being shut down last nuisance following a recent order near the bar. people who regularly go there say it's not as bad as pooice make it sound. tomorrow's shovels will hit the ground at the university of northern colorado with a new campus commons building it will be the student support and welcome center. construction is expected to cost $74 billion. >>it is a parent's nightmare, a driver plows right into a group
the operation to take back mussle. that service member was killed when a roadside bomb hit an american armored vehicle and it rolled. and iraq he and military leaders say it's going faster than planned but isis has also stepped up their resistance and watching a wave of attacks in an effort to draw iraqi forces away from mobile. >>most power has been ?fter a quake in japan. initial reports say the quake knocked out powers and there is no reason tsunami per thread. businesses are back open, this one in portland. >>the main purpose that i came out today is sort door to door and think these individuals and businesses that opened their doors for us. >>eight people were hurt in the
those hurt. >>we saw the explosion all the way to the third floor. >>both of st. john's legs were broken in the blast. a worker accidentally next a gas line and in the gas leaked as simple as a pilot light hing could of constant explode. >> in kentucky, are recovering after being hit by a car at a school bus stop. a cadillac escalade ran down the elementary students early yesterday morning. the bus just stopped to pick up the kids when the car slammed on its brakes and jump the curb. >>we hollered and got some guys to come over and we raised the
him out. and i'm going to tell you, she was in bad shape. >>the school bus driver says the suv was speeding and tailgating. >>tensions are high between police and those they protect. >>a lot of times the officers are not equipped with those cameras or for some reason they are not there is new technology to make sure that body cameras are always rolling when there is a confrontation. it's made by a company called safari land. so when an officer pulls his or her weapon, the camera turns -?on. >> we don't want the officer worried too much about the body worn camera. we want them engaged in the situation. >>the camera will keep reporting until the cameras
into a lake with two women inside. these two men happened to be in the right place at the right -?time. and as the driver's car went into the picture, chris person and his friend saw it happen so they immediately jumped in just in time. >>they would not come out the window, they were so scared. finally, first. they got her out of the car and i started swimming her back this way. >>i swam back to the shore nd made my way around the car. she didn't want to get out or anything but, i managed o snatch her out with the help of chris. there was no way i could make it back to shore with her. >>thankfully at that point, more people jumped in to help.
thought she had hit the brakes but hit the gas instead. but the time the officers had arrived on the scene, the car was completely underwater. the woman in the car did not have to go to the hospital. >>the business insider estimates that by the year 20 2020, 10 million self driving cars will be out there on the road. or cds, bmw and tesla may have already or will soon release completely. electric motorcycles, and these bikes can travel 250 miles before needing a charge. >>it works everywhere around the world, so in keswick stand, whose pakistan and iran, you
>> if they can make it through some of the most remote terrain on the planet, there's no reason people overseas can't get to and from work with these electric bikes. >> it's amazing the changes e will see over the next few ?ears. >>while they were supposed to be here 2015 so, i don't know about that. it's so gorgeous, it was cold when we walked in and it's only going to more fabulous fall weather for the weekend, and sunshine across colorado today. we will see more 70s on our seven-day forecast and then we are going to see 60s. we see from the skiiarea there some high clouds cover, otherwise blues guys and the same thing out across the plains. dry conditions and things are starting to warm up.
some, 2 o'clock this afternoon, and, between 11 and 12 o'clock, you can get into the mid-and upper 70s by 6 o'clock. congress have a view that are close to 80. some upper 70s there and in montclair, a high today of 24. it's warm and dry, and at this point we will see any red flag warnings. two warm and to drive. it's been quite some time since we've seen some warm air.
the weekend. mid nd upper 70s from today through sunday. andd our mountains will likely see some rainnon monday afternoon. we could get a chance for some showers here on tuesday. but the two coolest days in the seven day, had an upper 60s but, even then we are still above the tech giant this morning you not to buy apple products on amazon, because apple says 90% of those products are fake. that's what they found after doing their own undercover online sting. the source of the fakes, according to apple. a new jersey company named mobil star, the claim they put up apple on cables and chargers but they pose a significant
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>>it's 11:30 am here on denver seven. theyyare not quite open, and they said it will be open next week. there were cold temperatures in the high country overnight. >> a basin opened about 2 1/2 hours these people you think turned the other way because they see the camera coming and they called in sick question mark >>yes. >>you try to talk to somebody there and thee say, no no no. >> down across the plains you'll find clear skies.
low to upper 50s in the foothills, evergreen in conifer and estes park almost at 60 right now. it's going to be a warm one across the entire eastern plains and the mountain are looking at already some 40s and 50s. we had that streaming from the northwest, and that will dissipate your ttrough the afternoon. we are here with lots of sunshine. coming up in a few minutes, be in the 70s? and also your monday night football forecast. here's the hint. mitch, you are probably going to wish you are going. >> right now federal heights police are looking for this man in connection with a shooting that happened yesterday. julian richard shot the victim and the ictim is expected to be okay.
police are tracking down this man. when the clerk tried to stop the man, the suspect assaulted the clerk. so if you give crimestoppers a call you could earn $2000. >>we first reported the financial troubles of rocky mount academy of evergreen yesterday. that's after the school's dirrctor suddenly fired six employees. those employees say director roberta harold did not have authority from the charter school board o fire them. warmer in place a hero has the school into a half million dollar deficit in the school now faces charge hee -- charres. >>it's where you catch it in the year, it's how you can resolve some of those issues. so shutting it down would be a
with them around, where are ?ome opportunities for you to cut your overhead to you can make your budget. >> the district says they cannot file -- fire harold becaase that would be violating the charter. >> new details of the truck driver killed yesterday in superior. policeetell us the drivee was a 35-year-old man and i believe he was run over by his own truck after he stopped to do some work. the semi-rolled their at dorado blvd. he was airlifted to the hospital but later died. the man was discovereddby a a family member who is also a coworker, headed to a job site in bloomfield. investigators are looking into why the truck rolled forward. >>an update on the jenkins fire. it is now 33% contained. the fire has burned nearly 17,000 acres since it started and 24 buildings including
and now to the beaver creek fire, it is still burning near the wyoming orddr. this one has spread across 38,000 acres. firefighters say they are hoping that the first now will help them put it out. >>now to a denver seven investigation, water in a small town tested positive for pot. now more than three months after finding it was a big mistake, denver seven is digging into what here. >>good morning. it all started with a test of 3 well water, which progressed to a reverse 911 call telling all residents not to drink the water. that's how the town of hugo east of denver in lincoln county caught the attention of local and national media. evidence of thc found in tiny
now three months later our investigation takes into what went wrong. he also questioned the continued use of the test kits that gave tte false positive. and, what the caseworkers wanted was a clear definitive picture of what the total negative would look like. tapwater would include that negative? >>yes. >> ultimately a decision that brought national attention to colorado, they spent about $4000 trucking and water after telling residentt not to drink % the water.
>>if they have a story, you can call oor topline. or send us your ideas on the denver channel dcom or the denver seven out. >> new trouble for republican presidential nominee and a 11th woman has come forward accusing him of having inappropriate sexual contact with her. and she does have a ss trump. >> perhaps you do not remember me. or what you did to me. so many years ago. but i can assure you, that i can remember you as well as
her and she was fearful of speaking out but her lawyer said she wanted to respond to trump denying other allegations of sexual contact. >> election day is just 18 days away. and it's illegal n colorado to take a picture of your completed ballot and posted on social you. the denver da says under state law you are not supposed to show your completed ballot to anyone ee. and it goes against free speech. >>we have mail ballots now that would forbid family members from showing other family members how they filled out the ballot at home. >>recent court cases in new hampshire and indiana support the right of voters to take sophia's like that -- sophie
they held a news conference that was just wrapped up. lance hernandes is there and joins us with the latest information. >>they have arrested 16 people recently for violent colonel. activity related to the bloods gang. for the first time they are using what is referred tooas the by car statute, violent crimes in aid of racketeering. what they are arresting for criminal activity including shootings, and a couple of violent home invasions. they are focusing on the criminal enterprise and the people who are running those criminal enterprises. now they told us also that these people are using whatever means are possible to get money. the times it's drug activity and times it using a young good-
and then she goes in to meet the person who has called her and violent thugs have followed her in and requires the house. we will have more on this story released photographs of some of the criminals involved including some of the shootings that happened in broad daylight. we will update you whee we reach those newscasts newscasts. >> if you are looking for something fun to do with the family then you might want to head down to estes park. >>this weekend it has changed and organizers say it will help not only the veterans but, keeping the young generation coming to the legion. >> my father was greenbrae special forces and, that helps
>>also next weekend admission is just $11. >>josh brown sidelined last night afternoon police documents revealed histories of domestic violence. what the league and his tomato saying about that investigation. >>and this after an autopsy reveals a model died days after visiting a chiropractor. >> and a dangerous new tr open the be pence. the idea is to get more doses
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>> we have some breaking news we want it to. there is a heavy policc presence at the would more shopping center in littleton. >> that's right near wadsworth and coal mine which would be the big we are not sure why officers are there but we will stay on top of that you the developing from the nfl. overnight the week reopened the investigation into new york giants kicker josh brown, after he admitted to abusing his then wife. ron admitted to physically, verbally and emotionally abusing his wife. in the 165 page document, there are pictures and emails of proof investigators say. last year brown was suspended for one game after being
one time deal. investigators ry to obtain all the evidence, but they were denied. police tell a different story. they say the leak was aware of the couples issues. >> for the nfl to be in this kind of situation again, it is mind-boggling. this is a failure of the nfl ?omestic violence policy. >>is to maintain it will stand will review the documents in the investigation but they are quick to say they don't condone any warm of domestic violence. his future is now in the hhnds of the nfl. >> new trouble for wells fargo as the company pays back $190 million to more than 2 million skimped customers. today, we are learning more about who may have been targeted as a new criminal investigation has begun. former employees tell the new york times that they were encouraged to pray on people
elderly. one of those employees is speaking out today. >> you had to open 10 account every single day. >>the former ceo john stump has resigned and the bank now says they are making things right restoring public trust. %- they have lost their better business bureau accreditation identity thought -- fraud. and worldwide production is expect to be down 5% this year the international organization of buying and ones will make thissyear's production among the lowest in 20 years. the group is blaming floods and drought across europe and america but, they say don't worry, the bad weather isn't hurting the quality of the wine, just the quantity. >>so it will still be tasty, just cost you moree
uniform right now and we have in colorado clearing skies. some clouds up and along interstate 25, and that starting to clear up and we are in for a beautiful afternoon. here is a live look from vail, lots of people out already. clear skies there and beautiful conditions in denver. relative humidity dropping below 15%. we have a that warm air starts to run off tte foothills. we will find temperatures falling into the mid and upper 70s this afternoon and look at tonight's mild temperature, 7 o'clock and we are still at 63. then mid to upper 40s early tomorrow morning. beautiful start to our saturday and it will be a touch warmer than what we saw this morning. island ranch, you have a high
golden 77 and congress park, 3 75. warm weather across the southern edge of our state and i'm going to guess that here in the next couple of days, we will likely start to see some red flag warnings. you can see a fire weather warning, and wind there will be gusts here, and mid and upper 70s from today through early so no complaints this weekend. there is a bright spot there, because we expect 70s for tailgating in the afternoon and early evening. right around 8 o'clock we are in the low 60s. and tuesday and wednesday, cooler, mid and upper 60s.
mountains on monday and some rain potentially in town on tuesday. >>new information about the sudden death of model katie may. she died in february of neck manipulation by a chiropraccor. shortly before her death, the model tweeted that she wenn to the chiropractor and days later she tweeted that she went back to the chiropractor. may died days later at the this morning, heartbroken family speaks out. >>but the time my parents got support. -?>>the california board of chiropractic examiners is now investigating and they see the doctor has a license and no disciplinary action against him. may leaves behind a seven-year-
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he says what he means, and he does what he says. that means a lot to us and to me. i'm mike coffman, and i approve this message. you an update on the breaking e news out of littleton area police have just confirmed that two men robbed a liquor store ?ear wadsworth and coal took off in a blue nissan altima. no one was hurt and police are looking for the suspects. >>here's a look at what is coming up this afternoon. an 11th person has died links to a toccata airbag recall. and are you sick and tired? breaking news makes that part
and now to the story that may show you just how unusual this year's race for the white house truly is. one woman says her donald trump signed get stolen out of her front yard. >> so she combined her love of cats and country. so the signs are now booby- trapped with. >>i thought well, it's not a pleasant idea if someone happened to step into the use letter that i've been sparkling around my so i thought that might be a good deterrent. >>kathy bressler says, the poop, the irony could be thicker because of trump's recent locker room talk. >>i think it's rather ironic because now my are contributing and donating to the trump campaign. >>it has just permeated
>>november 8 is only 17 days away. so, yes. thhave a good weekend and ? at village inn, a good meal is about more than just how it tastes. it's about how it makes you feel. ? when i became governor, our colorado way of life. it's why i need a good team in the state senate. like rachel zenzinger, a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. daniel kagan championed property tax rebates to help seniors afford their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes for 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government.
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